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14-.-TIMES.NEWSo Mount   THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1961 LWML COMMITTEES The LWML of the  Chestnut Zion Lutheran Church met recent- Iv. Mrs. Edwin Rentschler, chair- man, announced the following committees for the coming year: llte Box - raabel Buth, Carmen Mary Drake. Membership - Blanche Wrage, Helen Opperman, Aurelia Stoll. Memorial Wreath - Lena Stoll, Margaret Koenig. Publicity - Reva Stoll, Nellie Leimbach. Social - Harriet Winkelmann, Dittus, Margaret Kirchner, drna Stoll, Shirley Jansen. and Lenten Display: Ida Verna Stoll, Anita Rent- seLler. Altar Flowers: Francis Letterle, Jda Maske, Hilma Dierker. Missions of Mercy: Adalia Dorothy Schroth, Emma Planning: Mary Ruwe, State Tax On Rummage, Bakery Sales And Dinners is Modified The Illinois Department of Re- venue has re-evaluated its stand in connection with the collection of Retailers' Occupation Tax on sales at rummage sales, bakery sales and dinners, sponsored by religious, charitable and educa- tional groups, Theodore J. Isaacs, director of revenue, said today. In connection with exempt rummage sales, the following rul. es will apply, Isaacs said: 1 - the sale must be sponsored by a chur- ch, charity or school and the en- tire proceeds must revert to the sponsoring organization; 2 - the merchandise must be donated to the sponsoring organization for the purpose of the sale only; 3- the sale must be of an occuasion- al nature, held annually or semi. annually, and not continuing; 4- there must not be a business sup- ply firm or any other promotional organization in the background Ebel, Mildred Martin. using the sponsoring organization must be donated to the sponsoring organization and may not be sup- plied for a consideration; 3-the sale must be of an occasional nature. In the case of dinners given by churches, charities or schools, Isaac said the following rules will apply if the activity is to gain an exempt status: 1 - the dinner must be sponsored by a church, charity or school and the entire proceeds Mrs. Nina F. Parsons, 230 N. Logan St., Lincoln, Ill., a well known Logan county art instruct- or, died at 12:30 a.m. Monday, Nov. 16, 1961, in the ALM hos- pital. Funeral services were held at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 8, in the Holland & Barry funeral home with the Rev. John T. Burns officiating. must revert to the sponsoring or- She was born in Lincoln, June ganization; 2-the food must be 9, 1884, a daughter of Charles H. prepared by members of the sell- and Emma Walker Foster. Her mg organization without consid- eration; 3-the dinner must be given on the premises of the sponsoring organization; 4 - the dinner must be confined in the case of a church to its members and their guests, and in the case of a school to its students and faculty and must not be open to the public. Isaacs said examples of taxable Visiting Committee: Shirley asia 2:n:at o/leixtSegdaker Jansen, Anita Rentschler. P Y 14te,o.. wo utile,,,, An,, sales, Isaacs said, the following Ir s "n apply:: 1-the sale h,im p,,, ,,,-**,,,. [must be sponsored by a church,  taiia-wni-'',n(':'-:)h ". _,, _v,.h _hr_., ,[charity_ of school and the entire I *lpn nnorrn | proceecls must revert to the spon ...... O,_,, , . - Christmas Party will be held] srmg organization; 2-items sold : 1st. I  -- C--D I.ANNUAL CALENDAR Election Judges WEDNESDAY. NOV. 15 A luncheon and card party by the American Le- Auxiliary will be held on :Wednesday, Nov. 15, in the Le- Home, :''he luncheon will be served at p.m. with cards following. : :Tickets are $1.50 and may be from Mrs. Charles Jr. :A nice afternoon is planned for all the ladies in this and suound- ll areas, as the public is invit. ZED AT ST. ]OHN'S CHURCH Edward Froschauer, son and Mrs. Richard Froschau- er, and Sheila Marie Wolcott, dau- of Mr. and Mrs. George Wol- Jr,, were baptized recently in John's Lutheran Church by the pastor, the Rev. Ray O. Zum- for Richard Froschau- : were, in addition to the parents, and Mrs. Edward Froschauer, FARM OIGANIZATION MEETING A meeting of the National Farm is to be held at the in Lincoln on Wednes- Nov. 15, at 8 o'clock. Allen Spurgeon, a member of national board, will be the public is invited. BANQUET HELD AT CHRISTIAN CHURCH The annual Calendar Banquet of the Christian Church was held Thursday, Nov. 2, at 6 p.m. The members and their friends gathered for a covered dish din- ner in the dining room of the church, which looked very festive with many fall flowers centering each table. After the dinner the young peo- ple of the church furnished an in- teresting program. There were pi- ano solos by Miss Pauline Bur. dick and Daniel Rothwell. Sherry Davis and Sheila Wilham sang a duet, accompanied by Pauline Burdick. Rita Boyd and Darlene i Downing played a duet on their accordians. Danny Lanham sang solos, with Mrs. Paul Burdick as accompanist. Miss Linda Harem gave an original reading in her usual entertaining manner. These young people show an interest in their church by de- voting their talents in the church work. A free-will offering amounted to a considerable sum, to be ap- plied to the insurance on church property. HOSPITAL NEWS Loveta Taylor, living in the southeast part of the city, enter- ed St. Clara's hospital Friday for surgery. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Taylor. dinner would be the case in which a church org.anization serves a dinner to members of a civic club, or when a church sells dinners to the public, such as per- sons on their way to a football game. Must Attend Training Course Under the provisions of H.B. 203 which became law during the re- cent session of the 1961 Legis- lature, it is necessary that the county clerk establish a training course for judges of election. The training course for judg- es of election in Logan county will be held at 7:30 p.m., Tues- day, Nov. 21, in the circuit court room on the third floor of the courthouse in Lincoln. After the course of instruction, an examin- ation will be given and those with a passing grade will be giv- en a '.Certificate of Qualification.' They will then be entitled to re- ceive an additional five dollars for serving as a judge of election. The school will be conducted by Leonard F. McCann, county clerk. All judges of election are invit- ed to attend the school, and other interested persons are also invit- ed. IN MEMORIAM In Memory of Anna Mc=shadl who passed away one year ago Nov. 4th. Dear Mother you are not for- gotten', Though on earth you are no more, Still in memory you are with us As you always were before. Sadly missed by Daughter, Nieces and Nephews. STA00LK DIVIDENDS lwith the new FAULTLESS PASTURE BLOCK with extra proteins and minerals tar extra gains, or more milk, while pasturing your stalk fields this fall. Available at & CO. 1 NINA F. PARSONS, husband, George Parsons, preen_. ed her in death. Her father LINCOLN, DIED [born on a farm west of MONDAY MORNING i Pulaski and operated a atore in Lincoln a great malff years. One sister, Mrs. Alice HarradeU of Lincoln, survives. 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